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The cursor on the screen randomly stops moving. I have to pick up the marble in my Logitech Trackman Marble and put it back down in order for it to move again

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You need to remove the marble and clean the contacts. They are more than likely built up with hair and lint. Can use a pair of tweezers and a stick pin. The contacts should be 3 little wheels.

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